Emoticons - so expressive; aren't they?
Are emoticons a really expressive way of conveying what we wish to say? Are they better at doing so than words? Share your thoughts of the place of emoticons as an expressive feature in today's communications.
A visual presentation gives freshness to our thoughts instead of a verbal communication. The smart teaching methods include the video presentation coupled with black-board teaching in this fast learning era. That's why the urban folks get an edge over their rural counterparts to fare well in the competitive examinations.
Coming back to the title of this thread and its related subject point, our social interactions via WhatsApp and e-mail chats have become an integral part of our daily routine. In this course of chatting, we often use emoticons and they have replaced texting. The use of emoticons gives a feel of freshness and represents our mood or reaction. We can save words many a time by using an emoticon and keep the others smiling. Isn't it?